- Leszek, Duke of Masovia
Leszek of Masovia (ca 1162-1186) was Duke of
Masoviaand Kuyaviabetween 1173 and 1186. He was the son of Bolesław IV the Curlyand his first wife Wierzchosława. He died childless, willing his lands to Casimir II of Poland.
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